It was in 1873 when Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss discovered the jeans which became an essential piece in everyone’s closet. They can be...

It was in 1873 when Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss discovered the jeans which became an essential piece in everyone’s closet. They can be low waist, skinny, boot cut, straight, narrow bottom, etc. Indeed they can come in different styles and no matter what your size is there will always be a good fit of custom-fit jeans for you. You can try new outfits with your jeans and you can come up with a unique piece to wear for yourself using only some simple and easy to use materials and tools.

custom jeans

Jeans are made from a resistant fabric called denim and with that basic style they can easy to customize and change for your own preferences. These jeans can last for many years, and customizing will help us love our jeans like they are new. There are many ways to come up with stylish jeans using your old and boring pair stored in the closet.

The Dotty Jeans

You can have a more romantic and feminine look for your jeans. All you have to use is fabric paint, some cotton swabs, and a cloth iron. Always choose a color that will be in contrast to your jeans’ color. First off make sure that your jeans are clean and firmly placed on a flat surface. You have to soak the cotton swab in paint and create the dots yourself. You have to press it firmly yet quite carefully the swabs on the jeans. When the paint dries, you can do the same on the other side of the jeans. When both sides of the jeans are dry, you can iron your jeans for the dots to stay firm on it.

Stamped Jeans Using Pen

One another way to go is to use fabric pencils to stamp designs on your jeans. You can use stencil to do this since they are more appropriate for pens. You can put the jeans on a flat surface and place the lace on it. Make sure that the lace is firm and it won’t move when you color it using pens. You can choose whether to go all the way in the design of the lace or just a part of it.

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